An exclusive golden and Green colour bomkai silk saree from Sonepur, Odisha. This traditional saree woven on a handloom by a skilled weaver. Flower Motifs woven on the body with traditional fish motifs, ikat temple motifs on the border by dobby shedding device. Beautiful thread works done on the pallu to represent the bomkai patterns such as Nartaki with Mridanga, Konark Temple, Konark Chakra, flora and fauna. It has a Green colour blouse piece, attached in running.
“Bomkai” Modern in Design with Traditional Tinge. Bomkai cotton sarees are mostly accepted for habitual wear and the silk sari is put on ceremonies and sacred occasions. Most of the stylish saree are embodied with captivating color to give the gracious look to the woman wearing the saree. The ancient belief is depicted in its border Mostly the design of fish is seen in the sari as it is believed to be a sign of success and affluence. The most charming part is its thread work in the designs of the border and the pallu. The appearance of the saree is related to simplicity and has a tribal tinge in it. The sari is normally dyed to attain the red, black and white background colours. However, today you will find the sari in several designs and multiple colours while retaining their originality. The warps are suitably woven to produce multicoloured end piece.
Bomkai Sari (also Sonepuri Sari) is a handloom saree from Odisha. It is an origin of Bomkai, Ganjam district in the state and is primarily produced by the “Bhulia” community of Subarnapur district. Bomkai is one of the identified Geographical Indications of India.
Wash Care: Dry-Wash, Wash dark colours separately, Do not bleach, Dry in shade
Occasion: Traditional functions, Marriage, Puja, Party and other special occasions
Source: Hand Woven In Sonepur, Bargarh, Sambalpur, Balangir district, Boudh District of Odisha
*Dry on clean horizontal surface under shade.
*Don’t dry the saree in direct sunlight.
*Store in clean, dry place away from insects, dust exclusive light and moisture.
*While ironing, keep the iron on medium heat & apply very low pressure. For best result use a stream iron.
*Don’t wash in hot water and avoid rubbing
Special Note: Due to various types of lightings and flash used during photo shoot, the colour of the product may vary from the image shown in website.